Technology Compliance Analyst | Maine

At Systems Engineering, our mission is to enable the exceptional with our clients, employees, and the community.

As a result, we continue to invest heavily in being the premier technology employer in Northern New England. We are 100% employee-owned which gives us the unique opportunity to combine shared equity with empowerment to create an incredible career development opportunity.

We have an immediate opening for a Technology Compliance Analyst to join the growing Advisory Services team.  Technology Compliance Analysts draw on and build technical and organizational skills to help clients develop, improve, and execute their information security programs to support compliance initiatives and improve the overall security posture of organizations. The Technology Compliance Analyst will work with clients and internal resources to track and aid in compliance and governance tasks on a recurring basis to deliver professional services in a variety of areas, including:

  • Information security risk assessment information gathering.
  • Information security program development, review, and maintenance.
  • Assistance with compliance and gap analysis reviews with common frameworks (NIST Cybersecurity Framework, NIST 800-53, 800-171, NYS DFS, CMMC, etc.).
  • Utilize Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools to generate, analyze, and distribute compliance-based reporting.
  • Compliance activity tracking and planning.
  • Preparation of reporting for client compliance audits.
  • Provide cybersecurity representation in client tech committee meetings.

Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain information security policies consistent with client practices.
  • Develop and maintain acceptable use policies for clients, and assist with organization-wide deployment of policies.
  • Facilitate the creation and maintenance of these governance documents, identify compliance gaps, and contribute to risk assessments.
  • Regularly compile, review, and direct actions based on client compliance reports.
  • Work with technology consultants to determine necessary changes for clients to technology, procedures, and policies to secure the network, and meet compliance requirements.
  • Provide input into the creation of detailed project plans, work assignments, and target dates for clients.
  • Conduct regular reviews and actions based on client compliance reports.
  • Provide input into the creation of detailed project plans, work assignments, and target dates for clients.
  • Stay abreast of the ever-changing cybersecurity regulatory environment.


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What We’re Looking For

Technical Skills & Experience:

  • BS or similar degree preferred. Progressively responsible experience in technology, IT security, consulting or audit environments acceptable in lieu of formal education. Some experience is required with a degree; 3-4 years of professional experience is required without.
  • CISSP/CCSP/CIPT or similar certifications are highly valued; pursuit may begin after hiring.
  • Experience with HIPAA, GLBA, PCI-DSS, GLBA, and/or CMMC compliance desired.
  • Experience with cloud security technologies, namely Microsoft Office 365, is desired.

Technical Leadership Skills:

  • Ability to distill complex technical information into broadly comprehensible concepts, and vice versa.
  • Experience facilitating/conducting risk assessments and/or audits preferred.
  • Must be an excellent written and oral communicator, ability to encourage critical thinking, and ask open-ended questions.
  • Ability to lead a small cross-functional team with minimal direction or oversight.
  • Project management, consulting, and audit experience are strongly preferred.
  • Possess strong organizational, critical thinking, and analytical skills.
  • Passion for security, compliance, and governance is required!
  • This is a Hybrid role requiring a mix of in-office & onsite work at client locations & remote work, based out of our Portland, Maine office.

Our Benefits & Culture

Systems Engineering is located in the heart of the Old Port in downtown Portland, beloved for a lively arts & entertainment scene, and an abundance of local craft breweries. We are positioned centrally to the waterfront, trails, parks, and restaurants, and have been repeatedly voted one of Maine’s Best Places to Work. We pride ourselves on being active in the community and proud to be 100% employee-owned. It is a great place to work because the team cares about each other and the company’s future.

  • ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) – Join our team of employee-owners and directly contribute to the strategic direction, growth, workplace culture, and future of the company.
  • Employer 401k matching contributions.
  • Profit-Sharing.
  • Competitive medical, dental, life, and disability insurance.
  • Paid Time Off starting with 17 days PTO, nine paid holidays, two weeks paid parental leave, and paid community volunteer time.
  • Engaging wellness programs, including onsite health coaching, fitness facility, and various company-sponsored teams and events.
  • Career mobility, professional development, and training as well as certification opportunities.
  • Dynamic, fun, and active community culture.
  • Business casual work attire.
  • Free paid parking in downtown Portland, just a couple blocks from our office.
Systems Engineering values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.